Session arrays

I'm trying to pass a SESSION array to another page

I know the code is wrong

I know the count for each variable.
This is what I have.

$SESSION['Right_Bldg']["SEQ"] = $ROW['SEQ'];

I'm passing the array count as a session variable, so I'm not worried about that.  The problem is on the first page.

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Marco GasiFreelancerCommented:
Sorry, but I don't understand your problem.
The line:
$SESSION['Right_Bldg']["SEQ"] = $ROW['SEQ'];

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is not necessarily wrong. But in the first page youi probably have to get the value $ROW['SEQ'] before to put it in the $_SESSION array. What $ROW['SEQ'] represents? Where it comes from?
We need more infos and more code to help you :-)
Ray PaseurCommented:
$SESSION != $_SESSION (check the name of the variable)

Here is how to use PHP sessions.  See the part captioned How to Write Your Code
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Marco GasiFreelancerCommented:
Lol. Sometimes I don't see the baobab just in font of me!
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
And of course...  you must have session_start() at the top of Each and Every page in the session.
breeze351Author Commented:
My bad!!!!

I got most of it.  Idiot partner used $SESSION instead of $_SESSION in the first page!!!!

My problem is on the 2nd page now
I'm getting the following error with this code:

echo "lcount - ";
echo $_SESSION['Left_Bldg_Count'];

Notice: Undefined index: Left_Bldg_Count in /home/mrbreeze/public_html/chris/Walk_Map_Fred_PDF.php on line 10

I've displayed $_SESSION['Left_Bldg_Count'] on the 1st page.
Marco GasiFreelancerCommented:
Have you session_start() at the top of the page? Both pages?
breeze351Author Commented:
Yup.  Here's the inclusion that's at the top of every page:
header("Cache-control: private");
ini_set('display_errors', 1);
Marco GasiFreelancerCommented:
Try to put this at the top of the page, after session_start():
echo "<pre>";
echo "</pre>";

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This will print out the whole $_SESSION array so you can check if all expected values are present. var_dump is usually a good friend. :-)

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breeze351Author Commented:
Thanks for the help
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